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System malfuntioning i have a problem with my laptop,i plug in a flash drive to the system and the system went off i have been trying to fix it ma self but it is not responding please help

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USB port keeps turning off


Possibility
thumb drive error. Chances are, your thumb drive firmware is damaged. So a normal laptop USB port.

Solution
To repair damaged thumb drive firmware, the solution can be found on google seach engines. Example; Fir transcends flash drive, Fix sandisk flash drive, Fix PQI flash drive, etc.

Dec 24, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite C655-S5056 NB PC w/...

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I have changed ma OS to windows & as a result i do have ma system hagin frequently


can you explain little bit more details. Any way try this:

before installing a new OS, make sure you save your important files in external drive/memory
format your HDD it help to delete any virus or hidden program that cause problems.
Fresh install your OS (e.g. XP, Win7).
hope it will work. Bythe way make sure the OS you installing is compitable with your current PC/laptop hardware configaration.

Jul 06, 2011 | PC Laptops

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Battery indicator has 3 amber flashes followed by 1 green flash


that is the exsact problem i'm having with a costumers dell.
When i fix it i'll let you how to solve it.
I did get it working for 5-10min but it went of again,
I HAD SWOPPED THE RAM FROM THE DIMM A PORT TO DIMM B PORT / REMOVERD THE WIRELESS CARD / CD DRIVE / HARD DRIVE & BATTARY then plugged in the charger ,stud it on it's side & powered it up & it worked fine
SO TRY THAT.

Jun 16, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1000 Notebook

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I have a HP laptop and it's trying to boot using the 'Attempting to Boot Network' status. I went into the BIOS and my HD is set first. Reboot, same status message. I went into the BIOS again, disabled the...


Sounds like the laptop is not detecting the hard drive. Remove the hard drive ad plug it back in again. It usually solves that problem UNLESS the hard drive has crashed and cannot be picked up again.

Jul 06, 2009 | PC Laptops

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Grand-ma knows best


It won't switch on at all, the power light is on at the front and the battery light shows re-charging. But when I press the power button on top nothing happens

Nov 22, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S111 Notebook

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HP dv9000


 Hello jarkk, I believe your problem is with your backlight inverter. the hard drive should be installed for this process of checking it on an external monitor. with the hard drive removed it will not boot to the operating system. with the drive in, use the external monitor. if the monitor works when plugged into the external monitor plug, this will eliminate a bad video card. if the screen is still black on the laptop screen, replace your backlight inverter. the last case cenario is to make sure your backlights are not burnt out. 

Sep 11, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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DVD SUPERMULTI DRIVE


i thnk u should go to urs latop dealer n ask him wat to do....
becaz if u still trying to eject it ma cause some damage to to DVD drives......

Jun 17, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite P105-S6104 Notebook

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Orange and green light flash


The flashing battery light is an indication that the system is attempting to charge the battery. The orange light indicates a problem charging one of the battery cells. This usually means that the battery either needs to be recalibrated or replaced. To recalibrate the battery just use the system until the battery is dead, then recharge and repeat the process twice, after which time the battery should be recalibrated. If this doesn’t fix the flashing orange light then the battery may need to be replaced.

hope this helps

Jan 07, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Usb problems


Due to current (amperage) limits of batteries, most laptops have VERY small current caps on USB ports. Some desktops can have 1-2 amps per USB port, but laptops are often limited to 300 to 500 milliamps. This is sufficient for most memory sticks/pen drives, but many USB devices need much more power than that. For example, external USB-HDD cases for 2.5 inch hard drives will need 100-200 mA ABOVE the rating of the HDD, which is usually 500-750 mA. Few laptops can provide that much current, or will initially provide enough to spin up, but get errors or fail to mount due to lack of power. If your USB device has a secondary power jack, use it with a 5 volt AC power supply with the correct jack polarity and current rating. You can also try a "double harness" USB cable, which plugs into the laptop with TWO USB jacks, and into the USB HDD case with one (the third) jack. This allows TWO USB ports to "double" the available current for the USB device. Best to get the specs on your laptop, see what your USB current limits are, before doing this. If each port is limited to 300 mA and your HDD is 500 mA, you will be OK, but if the HDD is 750 mA, the total of 600 mA is not going to spin up the drive.

Dec 03, 2007 | PC Laptops

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I was installing a program, and the screen went black adn the system shut down.


remove battery and try ac-power if laptop boots up then battery need replacing but if no laptop bootup then take it to be repaired and tell the tecnition what happened and he or she will try other options to get you going again. good luck on problem.

Aug 14, 2007 | Acer Aspire 3680 Laptop

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